Bradford Minibus and Coach Hire will offer you great deals on minibus and coach hire across all parts of the city. Our business has been running for well over 10 years and we have now built a good network of repeat customers. Bradford is part of the BD1 postcode region.
We provide 8 seater, 12 seater and 14 seater minibuses as well as 16 seater and 24 seater mini coaches. Medium sized coaches are also available in 33, 36, 49 and 53 seater capacities. Double decker buses can also be arranged via request.
Bradford is a city located in West Yorkshire, Northern England. It is close to the Pennines and became a borough back in 1847. City status beckoned in 1897 and this was further redeemed in the forthcoming government reform. The population stands at over 293,000 and the wider urban area classification is well over one and a half million. Bradford is part of an urban zone.
Bradford’s main history goes back to the 19th century where the textile industry expanded and the city became a major centre for wool. The Industrial Revolution turned Bradford into one of the earliest industrialised towns and a massive surge in population beckoned. Like many cities, the textile industry fell in the twentieth century and with it came deprivation including housing and social problems. Since the 1960s the area has seen significant increases in Pakistani, Kashmiri and Indian immigrants and they represent over 20% of the total population.
In terms of attraction the city has many noticeable Victorian cities which include the City Hall, the Wool Exchange, The Victoria Hotel, The Midland Hotel, Undercliffe Cemetery, Cartwright Hall (in Lister Park) and St Georges Hall.
The cultural side of Bradford should not be underestimated and these include the Alhambra Theatre, the Priestly Theatre, the Halle Orchestra, and Peel Park. Museums include the National Media Museum, Bradford Industrial Museum and Bradford 1 Gallery.
Sports venues are also thriving in the city and these include the Bradford Bulls Rugby Club in Grattan Stadium and also the Bradford and Bingley RFC based in Bingley. Bradford City Football Club is the main football club in the city and they play in the division two league. The club holds regular football matches and tickets can be booked through their website.
Educational Institutions in Bradford include University of Bradford which is a nationally recognised institution and is well known for technology, pharmacy and engineering. It has been the greenest university in the UK for many years. The University Of Bradford School of Management is also widely recognised. The Bradford College offers a wide range of courses and has the most courses offered by an institution outside the university sector. Bradford is part of the BD1 postcode region.
Bradford has good transport links and these include the A658, A650 and also the M62 Motorway. The Bradford Canal is linked to the Leeds and Liverpool Canal and has been through some regeneration. The Forster Square Railway station and the Bradford Interchange are the main services for railway travel. There is also a vast bus service and the city is also served by the Leeds Bradford International Airport.